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i'm terry mcsweeney live in the newsroom. pass a budget or your paycheck will go away for lawmakers. details in just a couple minutes. >> and weather wise, we're in a store for another warm, hot day. we'll talk about a cooling trend as you head into the holiday weekend. >> traffic is still looking great. a lot of road work is starting to clear at the bay bridge toll plaza. >> good morning. it's 5:00 a.m. we thank you for getting up
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early joining us. >> there is a joint investigation underway this morning by hayward and bart police after a shooting and robbery last night. the victims were leaving the bart station when they were accosted. amy hollyfield just us live with the details. >> reporter: the man did exactly what he was told and he was still shot. we have video of police looking all over the bart tracks and the bart stations for any clues or sign of the attacker. a man and a woman had just gotten off the bart train. it was about 11:15 last night. they were walking away from the stakes. they were on tennison when they were approached by an armed man that demanded their wallet and purse. they handed it all over to the man and for some unknown reason according to police, the attacker still shot the man. the man is in the hospital, police tell us he is in stable
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condition. they have quite a mystery on their hands. they are working the case very intentional because they can't figure out why this man still shot the victim after he handed him everything he demanded. >> eric: it's 5:02. this the day california lawmakers put their money where their vote. is if they don't pass a budget by midnight they don't get paid. will that be enough to convince them to pass a spending plan? terry, what are democrats saying about this? >> reporter: they say they have come up a plan and republican support not needed for passage and they are motivated by prop 25, it says pass a budget on time or lose your pay. it have you paying taxes on online outlets like
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it would increase registration fees for the vehicle. and it would increase local sales tax rates and cut public safety. it's a plan using a gimmick to cover the shortfalls governor brown vowed not to sign and democrats are not impressed by the budget. >> the resolution, we'll probably have a budget that will continue spending and making some adjustments for the next few months. >> there is a minute of good news to be found in all of this. the state collected $400 million more in taxes in may than anticipated. republicans say that makes it clear that tax increases are not needed to close the budget gap. terry mcsweeney, "abc 7 news". >> carolyn: it is 5:03.
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positive news, coming from anderson forecast, but it is not so good for other parts of the state. researchers for the frequent show california won't recover the jobs it lost in the economic meltdown until 2014. especially when home battled jobs in inland areas, sacramento and the central valley, but urban centers along the coast like the bay area are poised to bounce back more quickly. it is expected to lead in job growth along with exports and imports. >> east bay water customers can expect to pay more for their service starting next month. they voted unanimously for a water budget of water increases of 6% each year for two years. a typical customer will is a see that i bill go up a few dollars,
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$38 to $41. officials say they are needed to maintain the strong bond rating that will hold down costs for major projects. >> carolyn: in redwood city, five school boys are accused of trying to rape two school girls. the incident happened in march. the girls didn't say anything until they talked to a counselors. teachers were with the students during the trip. the boys are ages 13 and 14 and expected to be in court next month. >> police in alameda have made the arrest in the slaughter of almost a dozen chuck ens over the weekend. they believe a 12-year-old boy and another young boy are responsible. the chuck ens were part of an educational project. these are the survivors of an attack that left 11 chickens dead at the alameda point collaborative, former homeless people that live on the former
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navy base. the chicken were the nuke lose part of life lessons. >> we had to be there every day, feeding them and checking on them. >> it's sad because they give us food in the morning to go to school. >> eric: youth project's organizers wanted the boys that are responsible to help them raise more chickens as part of the their punishment. >> carolyn: a proposed ban of dogs and cats and birds. they are taking it a step further. voters want to expand the band to fish and guppies. they are telling the san francisco chronicle that most fish in aquariums are not bred under humane conditions or
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deleting the supply of tropical fish. but owners or not pleased by the prospect of having no pets or fish to sell. proposal is just that right now a recommendation. the board of supervisors has the final say. >> eric: it's going to be a warm one out there. >> carolyn: was nice yesterday and the trend continues. mike nicco is here with the accu-weather forecast. >> it was nice to see when i clicked the air-condition on it worked. it worked. i just kept feeding it bills, hundreds but let's talk about visibility this morning. clear sky and calm conditions. there is nothing developing except around half moon bay. don't worry about the patchy fog. let's talk about those temperatures. they are warm from 72 in antioch to fairfield, concord, livermore and san jose, 50 and look at
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half moon bay, 49 degrees and everybody else in the mid to upper 50s. today is another hot day, where low 90s will rule. and parts of the north bay valleys around santa rosa and farther north, around cloverdale and ukiah. throw mid-70s around san francisco. upper 70s and in as many and everybody else in the low to mid-80s until you get to the coast and 55 degrees. monterey bay, a lot of sunshine. upper 50s monterey mid to upper 70s for the rest of the bay. today is the last day of above average temperatures, cooling trend starts tomorrow and then the warm temperatures return for fathers day, monday and tuesday. >> new crash in walnut creek where a car hit a deer. car moved on but the chp is on its way to make sure the deer is out of the lanes. also you have some lanes scheduled to be a blocked
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between danville and walnut creek from sycamore valley until about 6:00 this morning. you might see a little bit of congestion. right now traffic is flowing well. mass transit reporting no delays. we'll go outside and show you how things are looking in walnut crook. traffic is flowing well. there is another shot. interstate 80 in berkeley, headlights look great to the bay bridge toll plaza. >> eric: high powered connection to washington that palo alto's facebook is making zblooblgd ago happy tune this morning. the billions it's about to be worth even though it hasn't turned a profit. >> eric: and announcing hundreds of layoffs, how many of them will sit gnome silicon valley.
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j.c penny hired the ceo of apple stores as the next ceo. >> and fast food chain that was eat and run let's you hang out. subway is going to test out more comfortable teaching and better design. >> eric: hundreds of lockheed martin employees stand to lose their jobs. they say it is cutting 1200 employees nationwide from the space system division. the company isn't saying exactly how many local jobs will be lost but analysts expect it to be hundreds. >> 400 or 500 people losing their jobs. it not as serious as it was two years ago when we saw layoffs across all industries. >> eric: a quarter of the layoffs come from middle
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management. they are getting less business from the defense department. >> carolyn: pandora will make its debut on wall street this morning. the internet radio service will offer stock at $16 a share when trading opens at 6:30. had analysts feel the 94 million registered users make it an attractive stock even though the company has lost money since i started 11 years ago. it comes out of lidgeed went public last month. this the warmup act for several bigger internet stars including groupon and facebook. >> eric: former clinton press second will be facebook's vice
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president of global communications. they are trying to beef up its presence in washington as criticism of target policies and lock heart is a veteran of crisis management. he handled the media during the monica lewinsky affair. >> carolyn: you mies might be surprised what energy hog tivos are. the 160 million digital video recorders cost consumers about $3 billion in electricity costs. their study shows two-thirds of it comes when the boxes are just sitting there, not recording, not playing back shows. the report says they suck up as energy as nine coal plants. >> eric: if you are overweight, do you make more money or less? a new study it depends on your
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gender. a study says the women, the skinnier you are the more money you make. for men, it's the opposite. women earned an average of 16,000 less than thinner women. overweight men took home an average of $8,000 more than the average. [ laughter ] >> frances another inequity for women. >> eric: forecast is over here. >> i can get fatter and get a raise. >> eric: that's right. >> let's go outside and show you what is going on. in downtown san francisco. i'm here all week, hopefully longer than that. a little bit of haze, but don't
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worry about the air pollution. it does make for a beautiful sunrise. look at the yellows and oranges. sun will come up in about 20 minutes. let's talk about the temperatures. if you are going out for a morning jog, 72 in antioch. coolest weather along the coast. half moon bay, 45. monterey bay and inland, temperatures in the low to mid 50s. sunny today, warmer than average temperatures, didn't need the air-conditioning yesterday. you may need it today depending on how much cooling with those temperatures. more clouds and speaking of cooling, mother nature brings us free air-conditioning through saturday where a warming trend starts on father's day. start in the south bay, sunshine and warm temperatures, cupertino about 85. that is right in the middle because we'll have mid to upper 80s for you. 75 in millbrae and up in san mateo but look at the low 80s for the rest of the peninsula.
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heading out to the coast, sunshine and mid to you were 50s today. low 70s in south san francisco. moi7d's in sausalito to low 80s around san rafael. at your beaches, sunshine and mid-50s. low 80s around castro valley, union city, fremont and newark mid to upper 70s for east bay shore. dublin may pull up short, 89. same temperature morgan hill. 91. and down to monterey and carmel, any had to upper 60s. heading to the a's game, royals in town, can first pitch, under a clear sky and about 68 degrees dropping down to 64. tonight's temperatures low to mid-50s tonight you notice the clouds starting to creep up from the south. that is what is going to move in at some time and bringing us the cooling for today.
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high pressure, slight offshore wind and warm temperatures. let's take a look how the accu-weather forecast changes. about 4-8 degrees cooler tomorrow. about another 2-4 on friday. sunday, monday and tuesday the temperatures will warm back above average for had time of the year. here is frances. >> the commute is doing really well. i guess i won't be gag raise anytime soon. delay free right now and golden gate bridge is looking pretty good. with orange in the sky. we'll also head out to the golden gate bridge, here you see a very light commute, clear skies, no delays out of marin county. if you are heading across the san mateo bridge, road work in hayward has been cleared in the connection ramps and down to 92 or jackson so southbound 880. it's fine across the bridge. south bay where traffic is light
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northbound and 101 to san jose, that is 880 right across your screen. get the latest traffic conditions whenever you want by going to our website at >> eric: just wait a few months, i have a feeling that something will happen that will put you back in the running amtrak ride lesser soon see on some trains. >> a push to stop the sale of alcohol at self-check out scanners. >> and amazing coincidence that has a special bond between a 2-year-old and his newborn sister. [ female announcer ] if soap dries itself,
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good morning, this the view atop mount tam. you see sutro tlow and you see a layer of haze that will burn off and make way for the sun later on today. warmer temperatures. mike can tell us more about that weather stuff because he is qualified coming up in a few minutes amtrak has announced plans to beef up train security. they told a congressional hearing that there will be more patrols and security on the nation's 20,000 miles of rail.
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police do not suspect terrorists in a case in even but osama bin laden was encouraging terrorists to derail a passenger train. more coming up on "good morning america" at 7:00. >> eric: alcohol could end up being banned from the self-checkout line. on coalition of groups is promoting a bill that mandates all alcohol sales be processed by an actual clerk. they say the bill could help curb underage drinking. a study found one in five adults were able to trick the system into to allowing them to buy alcohol. >> we'll do anything they can to protect those liquor licenses they will not sell to underaged minors. >> eric: the governor vetoed a
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similar bill in 2009. a family had to defy incredible odds. they welcomed their baby daughter on saturday june 11th at 6:49 p.m. that is exactly two years after their son was born down to the minute. the babies were born in the same delivery room. it is hard on to calculate the odds two of children in one family sharing the same day, and time of birth, but odds are that they will share some birthday parties. >> either in the con tell regulations or any no healing to in the family. clock is ticking on state lawmakers who have to pass a budget by midnight or they don't get paid. next at 5:30 what a plan by democrats to break the gridlock will miniyour household budget. >> reporter: a hayward man is in
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the hospital suffering from gunshot wounds. he was walking home from the bart station with his wife when he was shot. i'm amy hollyfield. a live report is coming up. >> smarted meters showdown, next at 5:30 the homeowner who said no and the pg&e smaller who tried to make a power play. >> temperatures across the country, a little more seasonal. 70 at chicago. 108 in phoenix and low to mid-50s seattle, portland and great falls. good news if you are traveling, only insure lot is reporting delays. big thunderstorm complex around chicago and st. louis. go to flight tracker at [ male announcer ] this is charlie whose morning flight to london starts with arthritis pain... and a choice. take tylenol now, and maybe up to 8 in a day. or...choose aleve and 2 pills for a day free of pain.
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>> reporter: good morning, live in hayward where police are looking for two men who attacked a husband and wife last night as they walked home from the bart station. the story is straight ahead. >> eric: also this morning a just released economic forecast, bay area will lead california's recovery but it may be two years before we are out of the woods. >> live look from downtown san francisco, sun is coming up and it's ready to take us above average temperatures once again today. talk a cooling trend as we head into the holiday weekend. >> it's been a great morning commute. no delays at the bay bridge toll plaza, accident free and lot of road work was been cleared. >> pg&e says it's investigating charges from an east bay man that a worker threatened to cut off his power for refusing to let him install a smartmeter. >> carolyn: good morning, i'm carolyn tyler. >> eric: toppings our news, a man is in stable condition this
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morning after being shot during a holdup outside a hayward bart station. to make it more frightening the man and his wife were cooperating with the robbers who shot him. amy hollyfield is live near the scene with more. >> reporter: the most commonly reaction we're getting here at the bart station is wow! they come to the station every day and very surprised to hear about the violence. it happened last night around 11:15. they spent the rest of the night searching for the two suspects or any clues that might lead them to them. a husband and wife arrived here on bart and walking home from the station. they were on tennison road when they were approached by two men who demanded their purse and wallet. the couple handed them what they wanted but the man was still shot several times. it's not news bart riders wanted to hear this morning. >> i have been riding bart for
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11 years and san leandro bart station and both stations i've had my car broken in to. but at gunpoint? that is very sad. >> reporter: police say the attackers tried to conceal their face so they don't have a good description of them. it happened around 11:15 last night. if you saw anything or know anything you are encouraged to call hayward police. police officers say they have no idea why the robbers shot the man when he was giving them exactly what they were asking for. amy hollyfield, "abc 7 news". >> carolyn: they will be passing out flyers trying to solve two recent murders. this surveillance video shows the murder scene. a block party on international boulevard two weeks ago led to a
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sideshow and then erupted in gunfire. two people were killed. the family plans to join others passing out flyers and t-shirts and hoping on rate leads in the case. >> eric: san jose police are looking for more information about a teacher who is being accused of child sexual abuse. they are releasing his name. they are saying he was arrested on june 1st and released on bail. 28-year-old los gatos resident is a middle school teacher is private school in san jose. police say she allegedly committed lewd acts with students. they aren't saying the students' age. >> carolyn: today is the deadline for california legislature to pass a budget for the state. democrats in sacramento are rushing to try to work out a deal that could be approved on a majority vote without republican support. the state comptroller says they
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will lose their salaries if they don't come up with a budget today. latest plan with tax purchases from online stores like increase car registration fees and increase local sales taxes. it would revise a plan to sell state buildings that was abandoned a few months ago. >> eric: the highly respected anderson forecast released a quarterly forecast this morning with a lukewarm economic outlook for the state but more positive news for the bay area. california won't recover the jobs it lost in the economic meltdown until 2014, especially many of the home building jobs in inland valley. urban centers along coast like the bay area are poised to bounce back more quickly. it's expected to lead in job
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growth along with exports and imports. >> carolyn: if you turned down one of pg&e's new controversial smart meters, would the utility cut off your power? that is the question one bay area man had to face during a showdown with an smaller which the man captured on tape. >> reporter: he confronted the man who appeared to be a pg&e worker and told him he didn't bank account a smartmeter. he had pocket tape recorder that was rolling when the worker said he would call his boss. >> cutting you off at the line or allowing to us put it in. >> what do you mean? >> they are going to discontinue your service. >> the worker returned 45 minutes later and handed him a card with a pg&e hot line number. >> i imagine they are under tremendous pressure the employees to install those last few meters. i think the tactics were
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outrageous. >> if the employee made that statement, we are sorry. that is not our policy. we are look into this. we are making contact with the customer and find out facts. to make it clear that they do have the option of delaying their smartmeter installation. >> they say customers can get on delay list and hold it off until the pu governor makes a decision on a radio off option. pg&e would install them but a meter reader would have to come out to the homes. >> so you don't have to get a smarted meter at least not yet. you do have to get your name on pg&e's delay list. >> we have a link to that smarted meter delay list. go to our website at and click on see it on tv. >> eric: proposition 8 supporters say they will appeal a federal judge's rejection of a challenge to a ruling striking
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down california's ban on same-sex marriages. james ware rejected arguments that judge vaughn walker was gay he was bias whd he ruled prop 8 is unconstitutional. it's not reasonable to presume that a judge is incapable of making an impartial decision about the constitutionality of a law solely because a citizen could be affected by the proceedings. they say justice was done. prop 8 sponsors walker was biased in his ruling and should have been overturned. ed lee is set to sign a measure for a massive redevelopment project for treasure island. they approved the plan yesterday. it will include 8,000 housing units along retail and office space. it also calls for upgrading existing roads and construction of new ones as well as the addition of a ferry terminal.
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work at the base is scheduled to start in the middle of next year. >> just about 5:37. it's going to be warm out in. you have to wear something light. >> what about father's day. mike nicco is here. >> thanks for thinking of us fathers. we're going to have a cooling trend but it should be nice warm weather for fathers day. its rollercoaster of temperatures and absence of marine layer clouds, it is calm everywhere and 7 miles an hour at sfo. a lot of sunshine, mid to upper 50s until you get to the east bay valleys and south bay we have a few 60s showing up. by noon, mid to upper 50s at the coast. we have low to mid-70s around san francisco, oakland, palo alto and upper 70s to low 80s for the bay shore to the south bay and mid to upper 80s inland.
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moving up to 90 at 4:00 in the east bay valleys. mid to upper 80s in the north bay valleys. mid to upper 70s around the bay shore. accu-weather seven-day forecast, four days degree cool, another 4 degrees cooling by friday. >> i want to say drive is 20 minutes. 80 through berkeley down to the maze, 18 minutes. check out the north commuted ride on 101 through san rafael, also about 19 minutes in 37 down to the golden gate bridge. it's also looking great on 101 in san mateo to san francisco. that is also under 20 minutes. no accidents so pretty good ride everywhere else. >> eric: it's 5:38. >> and raising the limit on the internet. new technology google to change the way you search online. >> eric: and spectacular beauty
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>> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. zblooblgs welcome back. rising waters are forcing some campers to move to drier ground in yosemite national park. this year's record snow pack continues to cause the signature water fall to roar.
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flooding has forced rangers to two campgrounds, all ma water ends up in the merced river that is flowing quite rapidly. the rushing, freezing cold water makes it dangerous. >> eric: google is putting the squeeze on yahoo and bing promising the fastest search results yet. >> reporter: nobody wants to wait when you are hurry for information. google is speeding up how fast a web page loads by pre-rendering it while had i predicts what you wanted. instant pages will be available in chrome. ever wonder where a photo was taken? another feature is search by image, upload a photo and drag and drop it in the search field and similar photos will appear with the location. google says it won't save your
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photo nor will it use the technology on anyone in the shot. technology analysts say they will be on look out for any breach in privacy. >> we're going to have to see how it plays out privacy people are going to be on them. >> reporter: it took a team of several hundred engineers to develop the new features. they see a dramatic rise of search on mobile devices thing also will make voice searches available on desktops. >> it keeps improving the google user experience i think for a user assume that is how it should be and they want more. >> they want the competent i have bar up. >> some of the features are available now. you'll have to do a search when you'll have access to them.
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a growing number of u.s. people that make more than $200,000 this a year are paying nothing in taxes. >> and other woman finally talks. surprising revelation from the housekeeper arnold schwarzenegger had an affair with and a child. >> two more republican candidates dip their toes in the presidential waters. i'll move or that coming up. >> carolyn: and heads up for couples, how a quality of a wife's sleep could affect their marriage.
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welcome back. time for your california forecast at 5:47. all is quiet. let's jump in the forecast, warm to mid to upper 90s in central valley. 106 in palm springs. mid-70s around los angeles. 59 in san diego. 52 in eureka. >> carolyn: thank you, mike. >> eric: taking a look at the stories we're following. police in hayward are searching for two robbers who shot a man outside the south hayward bart station last night. suspects demanded them to give up their personal wallet and shot the man after they gave them want what they wanted.
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>> carolyn: today is the deadline for the california legislature to pass a budget for the state. democrats in sacramento are rushing to work out a deal that could be approved on a majority vote without republican support. state comptroller says lawmakers will lose their salaries and per diem payments for every day that a budget isn't passed. >> arnold schwarzenegger's former house keep ser breaking her silence on the affair and child that resulted from it. she has allowed a magazine to publish the boy's picture, it was maria shriver that first noticed the resemblance. she admitted to the affair after shriver asked her directly if the boy was schwarzenegger's. she worked in the household for some 20 years. she apologized to shriver who she described as surprisingly
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compassionate at. >> the field presidential candidates looks like it's about to get more crowded. former utah governor john huntsman said he will make it official next week. >> i intend to announcely be a candidate for the presidency a week from today. [ applause ] my family, shocked and surprised. i hadn't told them yet. >> with that the field of would be contenders got bigger with him joining an expanding roster. santorum, bachmann, gingrich, romney, ron paul, tim pawlenty and marn maybe soon rick perry. as potential republican rivalsied his job president obama stopped in a u.s. territory to speak to to americans that cannot vote for him.
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>> it is good to be back in puerto rico. >> in the 2012, puerto rico matters. there are 4.6 puerto ricans live here as well as 50 million latinos. >> eric: we're going to get a check on the forecast from mike. it's going to be warmer than yesterday. >> in some parts in other parts will be just about the same. >> you are talking about air-conditioning. >> going outside, you will get free air-conditioning starting tomorrow. low 70s in san francisco even without air-conditioning it's pretty comfortable. beautiful picture at coit tower.
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temperatures are still around 72 in antioch, low 50s in mountain view and san jose. 45 in half moon bay. everybody else in the mid to upper 50s. monterey bay or inland, tenancy in the low to mid-50s. sunshine today, warmer than average, afternoon temperatures, more clouds and that will signal a cooling trend for tomorrow through saturday. then looks like warmer weather sunday, monday and tuesday. for today, we're warmer in oakland and santa rosa by about 2 degrees. san jose is going to hit 85 degrees. drop three degrees in concord down to 91. four hours and 45 minutes of sunshine -- 14 hours. >> no marine clouds and nothing to inhibit the warm sunshine. 70s and 80s around the bay. east bay with the warmest weather, low to 90s.
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dublin around 89 degrees. castro valley, union city, fremont, low 80s everybody else mid to upper 70s. mid to upper 80s in south bay where sunnyvale and milpitas at 83. low 80s for the peninsula. you can see the mid-50s along the coast. 57 in the sunset. downtown san francisco, around 70 degrees. north bay, 75 in sausalito, 80 in san rafael to 90 in santa rosa and beaches in the mid-50s. monterey, mid to upper 70s. upper 80s to low 90s inland. hugged over to the game coliseum clear and comfortable, 68 down to about 64 degrees. as far as tonight's temperatures warmest in fremont, low to mid-60s there. notice the southerly surge of marine layer clouds rolling in. that is the sea breeze that knocks our temperatures down to
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4-8 degrees down and another 2-4 degrees on friday. by sunday into monday, tuesday and wednesday, warming trend. temperatures once again above average. >> good morning. i have great looking traffic shots to show you. this one looks beautiful and traffic is light heading out of marin county. san mateo bridge no problem problems all morning and still 14 minutes or less from 880 to 101. also south bay, find very quiet and easy ride through 280 and 17 interchange. that is northbound 280 and northbound 17 coming out the right-hand side of your screen. 101 and 880 interchange and things are accident free. if that changes we post it on our website at you'll find it under the bay area traffic links.
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>> eric: facebook is getting a new friend. >> carolyn: here is this morning's bloomberg business report. >> facebook, white house spokesperson joe lock heart will be working with them. he was presidential spokesperson in the late 90s. >> investors here, latest internet ipo. panorama is making their debut. and a report on inflation getting some attention. the more you make, the more you pay in taxes -- not. people making more than $200,000 a year, but paid no income tax almost doubled compared to last year. filers used legal deductions and
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credit. just about 5:55 right now. drone aircraft could be circling the skies over yemen in a new campaign against al-qaeda. c.i.a. is planning a campaign of targeted missile strikes against militants modeled like a similar plan in pakistan. they authorized the expansion of threat posed by the al-qaeda group. u.s. special forces will also conduct raids to capture or kill suspected militants in yemen. in arizona, two people are being questioned about an abandoned campfire that may have started one of the largest wildfire in arizona history. the fire erupted on memorial day and now spread over 733 square miles. calmer winds have helped some
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5,000 firefighters who are on the line. flames destroyed 32 homes and forced thousands of people to evacuate. some of them will be able to return later this morning, but a small new mexico mountain town located across the state lines is danger. >> eric: ash from a volcano in chile continues to disrupt air travel all the way to the western coast of australia. carriers have suspended all flights in and out of perth because the ash cloud could damage jet engines. it's been disrupting australian air travel for four days and grounded flights in chile and other south american countries. >> carolyn: here is something to talk about the water cooler at work today. the amount of sleep you get could have an impact on the quality of your marriage, a study at the university of pittsburgh finds that wives who took longer to fall asleep the
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night before prortd poor interaction with their husbands the next day. they were crabby. husbands confirmed it. when husbands got less sleep it boosted their marital bliss. the effects are unknown at this point and that study is still ongoing. >> eric: ongoing, they'll get a much different result from mike. >> state budget deadline is just about 18 hours away. democrats in sacramento are rushing to work out a deal that can be passed on a majority vote without republican support. >> reporter: a man was shot in hayward last night even though he did exactly what his attacker demanded. i'm amy hollyfield and details coming up after this break.
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